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Desc:Remember when Viacom tried to make a Tetris for the 90s
Category:Video Games, Advertisements
Tags:1990s, Viacom, Zoop, failed fads
Submitted:Hailey2006
Date:08/28/13
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Comment count is 13
Old_Zircon - 2013-08-28
No, I don't remember at all.
Cena_mark - 2013-08-28
After Tetris came out followed a wave of forgettable puzzle games.

Udderdude - 2013-08-28
I've seen puddles with more depth than this.

THA SUGAH RAIN - 2013-08-28
I had this game on some hand held device. I want to say it came free with my sega GAME GEAR battery eater.
EvilHomer - 2013-08-28
MORE LIKE POOP.

Because the game was boring and crap.
OxygenThief - 2013-08-28
Is that Ethan Embry?
Aubrey McFate - 2013-08-28
It was the nineties and there was no time for Zoop.
Seven Arts/H8 Red - 2013-08-28
It took several years for designers to get Memphis Group out of their systems.

Of course, that was replaced by EXTREME rounded fonts, EXTREME stretched text, and more liberal use of neon colours, because EXTREME.
sasazuka - 2013-08-28
Anyone remember a similar puzzle game from the late 1990s or early 2000s where the "blocks" were heads that looks vaguely-Muppet-ish? For the life of me, I can't remember what the game was called.
deadpan - 2013-08-28
Snood.

sasazuka - 2013-08-29
Yeah, that's right. Thanks a lot.

sosage - 2013-08-28
Pretty sure this came out in the final days of the Genesis, when Sega gave up putting games on the system in nice clam shells and started throwing them into crappy cardboard boxes. Pretty sure it was a launch title for the PSX as well, when they utilized those tall first gen CD boxes. What I am getting at here is that this thing wasn't just forgettable, but it was in the arm pit year of game releases, making it forgettable squared.
fluffy - 2015-08-10
I still have this game on SNES. It's a lot of fun in small doses.
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